Inside issue 71: No Place Like Home

(Inside) issue 71 examines the ways in which domestic aesthetics are reshaping the design of non-residential interiors, profiling a range of retail and hospitality environments that bring a homely touch to public settings.

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In this issue of (Inside) Interior Design Review

  • On the cover: Neri & Hu’s Feast, a two-storey restaurant complex in Shanghai
  • Hecker Guthrie’s The Old Library, a restaurant in Sydney’s Cronulla
  • Rebecca Roke reports on three recent fitouts for luxury fashion brand, Mulberry: the HQ in London’s Kensington, the new store on New Bond Street, also in London, plus the company’s first flagship store in New York’s SoHo – all designed by Universal Design Studio.
  • Jamie’s Italian in Sydney, by peckvonhartel
  • Black Pearl, a residential project in Rotterdam by in partnership with Zecc Architecten
  • Profiles on Henry Wilson, Rachael Lovelace and Evie Group
  • Features on the end of Craft Victoria, new Sydney gallery He Made She Made, the new design of London’s Design Museum and the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art
  • Genty Marshall examines the growing trend for recreating the domestic aesthetic in public environments in ‘A Place Like Home’

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